Centre downgrades Sonia, Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi's security cover
The decision, sources said, was taken after a detailed review by a panel ...
Priyanka Gandhi slams govt on state of economy
The Congress General Secretary said those ruling the country are busy in themselves while peop...
SPG cover gone, it may be Priyanka’s bungalow next
Priyanka had been allotted 35 Lodhi Estate, a Type VI bungalow, in February 1997 for secur...
Priyanka Gandhi urges people to unite on issue of pollution
"Why is there a need today to seriously think about the issue of pollution. The a...
Modi, Shah blinded by political vendetta, alleges Congress on SPG cover withdrawal
Congress' Anand Sharma said the decision to remove the SPG cover for Sonia Gandhi, Rahul and Priyanka is "shocking and vindictive". "It makes the family vulnerable. Not to forget that two members of the family former prime ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi were assassinated," he said.
Gandhi family's SPG cover removed, to get 'Z+' security
The government has decided to take away the elite SPG protection from Congress president Sonia Gandhi, her son Rahul and daughter Priyanka, ...
Congress attacks govt on DeMo anniversary, Rahul Gandhi terms it 'terror attack'
In a scathing attack on the government, Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "It's 3 yrs since the Demonetisation terror attack that devastated the Indian economy, taking many lives, wiping out lakhs of small businesses & leaving millions of Indians unemployed." Those behind this "vicious attack" have yet to be brought to justice, the former Congress president said.
Why did Gandhis lose their SPG cover? Read this
As per the information shared by government sources, Rahul Gandhi, during 2005-2014, travelled in non-BR (bullet resistant) vehicles on 18 visits to different parts of the country and there has been 1892 occasions till May this year when he travelled in a non-BR vehicle in Delhi, which amounts to almost one incident everyday.
RCEP pact will prove to be 'farmers' destruction agreement': Priyanka Gandhi
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), comprising the 10-member ASEAN bloc and six other countries -India, China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand -- is engaged in negotiations for a free-trade pact. PM Modi is in Bangkok on a 3-day visit to attend the annual ASEAN-India Summit, the East Asia Summit and the RCEP Summit.
WhatsApp alerted Priyanka Gandhi about possible hacking of phone, says Randeep Surjewala
The Congress on Sunday claimed that senior party leader Priyanka Gandhi had received a message from WhatsApp informing her that her phone wa...
Congress claims WhatsApp alerted Priyanka Gandhi about possible hacking of phone
"I want to tell that Priyanka Gandhi also received a similar message from WhatsApp around the same time," Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said.
If BJP or govt engaged Israeli agencies to snoop, it's gross rights violation: Priyanka Gandhi
Her remarks come after WhatsApp said that Indian scribes and human rights activists were among those globally spied upon by unnamed entities using Israeli spyware Pegasus.
Taking on Akhilesh, Priyanka, UP lists DHFL deal timeline
“The investment in DHFL started on March 17, 2017 – two days before Yogi Adityanath was sworn in as the chief minister. Who was the CM then? Akhilesh Yadav should explain what his connection with DHFL is,” state power minister Shrikant Sharma said on Sunday.
Akhilesh "opened gate of corruption" by okaying UPPCL EPF's investment in DHFL: UP government
Facing opposition's attack over the investment of the part of the UP power corporation employees' provident fund in DHFL, the Uttar Pradesh government sought to set the records straight, asserting that the "dubious" decision was taken by Akhilesh Yadav government in April 2014 and the process of investment was further carried forward during 2016.
Stopped payment to creditors following court orders: DHFL
This clarification has come a day after Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi termed the company a defaulter and slammed the UP government for investing the employee provident fund money in such a firm. Priyanka had asked that whose interest was being served by investing Rs 2,000 crore of the employees' hard-earned money in such a company.
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